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    Saturday, October 17, 2009

    The good news is that the studio address isn't blacklisted by McDonald's for delivery.

    The not-so-good news is Faizal was hungry during our recording session today and I caved in out of desperation and ordered McDonald's. Just so you know, I just had one nugget. It will never happen again.

    The McDonald's embargo is still on.

    Thursday, October 08, 2009

    I was recording Shila last night on October 7. She was hungry and needed food.

    So we ordered McDonald's at the studio. We placed the order around 11 pm. After 45 mins, we made calls and finally, the order arrives at 12.30 am!

    To cut a long story short, I told the delivery guy that I was going to take the food and I was not going to pay for it. If they wanted payment, I told him to get his manager to come see me at the studio the next day.

    This is NOT an anti-McDonald's movement. I love McDonald's! I just want a delivery time commitment.

    Do they seriously expect me to pay for the food after such poor service?

    And what was their excuse? Understaffed. Why is that my problem? The least they could have done was to call me to tell me that the order will be late.

    I am sure I am not the only one who gets this bad service. No matter how late our order arrives, we quietly pay for it and then complain about to the person next to us who doesn't really want to listen to it.

    So, today, I am making a stand for the little people.

    McDonald's! Make a delivery time commitment. If Domino's can do it, so can you!

    Until then, I am not going to order from, or eat at McDonald's anymore. (Cheers of joy from my mother, wife, and doctor!) And worse for you, I am going to spread the word. Ask anyone who knows me, when I am on a mission....

    A delivery time commitment! How about it? It will only make you a better company!

    And while I am on it, I would also like to fight for ventilation of the french fries. No one like soggy fries!